Growing High-CBD Hemp in Canada
What you need to know about growing CBD Seeds in Canada
There are few places in the world that are better for getting started with growing CBD seeds than Canada. Canada has been at the forefront of the hemp industry for quite some time, ever since the country legalized the growth of hemp seeds in 1998. However, at the time, laws limited production to plants that were only intended to be used to create fibrous materials. Then in 2017, as the Cannabis Act was being prepared for enactment in the upcoming year, the excitement surrounding hemp cultivation and its profitability grew immensely. Farmers rushed to the scene, resulting in 123,000 acres of industrial hemp being planted that year.
Today, hemp farming continues to remain a profitable venture in Canada with an increasingly positive outlook. As public interest in natural health products containing cannabinoids increases, so does advocacy for the relaxation of laws surrounding hemp farming.
If you are considering growing CBD seed in Canada on your farm, now is the perfect time to get started. There has never been an opportunity like the present. CBD Seed Co. is here to support you along your journey and provide you with all of the information and resources you need.
Canada’s Regulations for CBD Growing Clones & Seeds
Canadians are enthusiastic about supporting any cause related to natural medicine and the environment, so it’s no wonder that they’ve taken such a liking to CBD. As the public demand for CBD products that can be purchased in stores and online increases, the Canadian government is looking for ways it can relax cannabis regulations.
Currently, the production of hemp is overseen and monitored by Health Canada. Therefore, farmers who want to grow CBD seeds and clones in Canada must obtain special licenses from the government. Farmers must follow the legal guidelines regarding the type of seed being planted. The Cannabis Act dictates that hemp being grown in Canada must come from “certified seed,” be one of the government-approved varieties, and contain no more than 0.3% THC. Farmers must also be able to supply Certified Seed Tags upon request.
Another important restriction is that hemp cannot be grown within one kilometer of a place frequented by minors. Farmers must also clean all equipment before leaving the field and keep thorough records extending back to at least two years prior.
If you want to grow CBD seed and/or clones in Canada, it’s important to be aware of the government rules and regulations. Legal guidelines are predicted to become more lax in the near future, but until they do, it’s best to maintain strict adherence.
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Hulled Hemp Seeds
Every three tablespoons of Hulled Hemp Seeds (30 g) provides:
- 10 g of plant-based protein
- 12 g of omega-3 and omega-6
- 770 kJ of energy
- Zero trans-fat
Hulled Hemp Seeds are extremely versatile and can be mixed into sauces, dips, marinades, yogurts, or smoothies, or used in baking as an ingredient in breads, muffins or cookies. Hulled Hemp Seeds can also be used as the main ingredient in non-dairy beverages.
Hemp Seeds Hulled Hemp Seeds Every three tablespoons of Hulled Hemp Seeds (30 g) provides: 10 g of plant-based protein 12 g of omega-3 and omega-6 770 kJ of energy Zero